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The Final Debate

 
 
 
Sen. John McCain is on the ropes and is expected to come out swinging at…

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Obama: The Student’s Choice

If students could decide the presidential election who would be the next commander in chief?…

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McCain and RNC Hammer at Obama’s ACORN Involvement

Former Sens. John Danforth (R-Mo.) and Warren Rudman (R-NH) reissued an invitation today to Sen.…

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Obama’s Urban Agenda: An Economic Engine for the Nation

In a conference call today, Michael Coleman, mayor of Columbus, Ohio, addressed Obama’s plan for…

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Jobs, Baby, Jobs

Sen. Barack Obama greets workers at a 3 p.m. shift change at the Chrysler machining…

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McCain Struggles While Obama Pulls Ahead

In Toledo Ohio, Sen. Barack Obama unveiled his economic rescue plan for the U.S. today.…

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Voters Leery of Negative Campaigns

Ever since Gov. Sarah Palin sought to link Sen. Barack Obama to Bill Ayers during…

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McCain Campaign Leader Pens Racist Rant

Seeds of misinformation sown by Sen. John McCain’s camp have sprouted into thorny pine bushes…

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Coffee Choice May Predict Election

With 22 days until Election Day, voters are looking at poll results to keep track…

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Trail Mix

As the race winds down McCain goes negative

With just three weeks left until Election Day, the presidential campaign of Republican Sen.…

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Economy Poses Difficult Challenge for Candidates

Obama, McCain may have to alter or scrap economic proposals

Most people have heard the old saying: Be careful what you wish for. And, soon…

By Joyce Jones

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‘Barack Osama:’ Typo or Intentional?

Sen. Barack Obama

Just exactly who will some 300 people in New York’s Rensselaer County be…

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Obama, McCain Differ on Children’s Health Insurance

During round two of the presidential debates on Tuesday at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee,…

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Alleged Palin Hacker Pleads Not Guilty

The son of a Democratic Tennessee state lawmaker pleaded not guilty Wednesday to hacking the…

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Voter Purge May Be Illegal, and Unintentional

Tens of thousands of eligible voters have been removed from voting rolls or blocked from…

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Obama’s Advertising Strategy

Will candidate's plan be to his ultimate detriment?

African American voters have long lamented that Democratic politicians take their vote for granted, while…

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Obama's Advertising Strategy

Will candidate's plan be to his ultimate detriment?

African American voters have long lamented that Democratic politicians take their vote for granted, while…

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‘That One’

Tuesday night’s presidential debate wasn’t the be-all end-all meeting viewers had anticipated but there were…

By Renita Burns

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And the Winner is…

The presidential candidates knocked out their second debate last night in Nashville, Tennesee. The town…

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Obama vs. McCain Round 2

The debate ended without the fireworks some pundits were expecting. Though Sens. McCain and Obama…

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How To

Cultural bias

Ask Sheree: When an Employee Suffers Cultural Bias

What should I do when I sense that my manager is culturally biased against me?
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How to Start a Profitable T-Shirt Business

T-shirts are contemporary wardrobe staples for men, women, and children today. Building an online T-shirt…

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